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    Dog Containment Systems: How They Work


    Nowadays, thanks to technology, dog owners are able to contain their pets to a safe area with practical hi-tech pet containment systems.

    Types of Dog Containment Systems

    They can either be electronic wired pet containment system or wireless pet containment systems

    The wired verson of the pet containment system involves a collar and a transmitter. An in-ground, invisible fence can easily be installed using the transmitter, wire and a collar. The transmitter is then placed anywhere near the wiring, and thus the circle is completed and ready to detect the dog's collar. With the help of a small rechargeable battery, the containment system will emit a sound when the dog tries to approach the fence. If the dog continues moving on, even after being warned by the sound, then a mild, painless electic shock will be given through the collar.

    A wireless system avoids the hassle of wiring and installation. Every single dog containment system comes with a training DVD that will let you understand how the system works and how to use it to train your dog.

    Benefits of Pet Containment Systems

    You get to set the exact limits where you want your dog to move, and in the process, you keep him away from danger sources, such as cars. In addition, you can forget about the problems caused when your dog runs after guests or strangers, and if you live in an open area, it won't be able to wander off and get lost. Compared with electrical fences, containment systems are cheaper and more effective.

    Training and installation takes no time. Pet containment systems are versatile in nature and can be chosen based on the availability of area, the temperament and the size of the dog. Trenches and pits will be a thing of the past.

    Moreover, any number of dogs can be contained with one of these pet containment systems. With the aid of pet containment systems, you dog remains secure and is taken care of even during your absence.

    There are several pet containment systems for those who want to keep their dog confined to a certain area. They are very versatile and can adopt almost any form and size. In addition, a dog containment system can be used for as many dogs as you want.

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    Panel Names Nominee For Lucas County Dog Warden (The Toledo Blade)

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